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  •  17 Oct 2009 08:41
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    Release Notes: Problems with APO-Bank were fixed. Support for RDH-10-files used by third-party products was added. SEPA transfers were added.

    •  31 Jul 2009 10:09
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      Release Notes: Support for profile RDH-10 was added. Some smaller bugs were fixed. Upgrading is recommended.

      •  29 Nov 2008 19:22
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        Release Notes: Some problems with multiple GVs using PIN/TAN were fixed. RDH-10 support was temporarily disabled, which should solve some problems with HBCI servers using both RDH-2 and RDH-10.

        •  27 Oct 2008 22:03
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          Release Notes: Some important bugfixes for PIN/TAN and preparations for the coming 2.6.x series.

          •  30 May 2008 12:59
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            Release Notes: This release improves selection of the PIN/TAN method to be used (existing, but not-allowed methods cannot be selected).

            •  28 Feb 2008 12:55
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              Release Notes: An ugly message engine bug that caused problems when using multiple different HBCI accounts was fixed. The code was improved to detect supported PIN/TAN methods (some users could not select iTAN - this should be working now).

              •  23 Dec 2007 00:27
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                Release Notes: Support was added for working with RDH-2 keyfiles. Some details of the "view key" feature were changed to support RDH-2 keys, which may be longer than RDH-1 keys.

                •  23 Dec 2007 00:26
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                  Release Notes: The previous release was not compatible with Java 1.4 any more. This has been fixed with this release. This release also contains the fully activated log filter to prevent private data from being written into log files.

                  •  21 Dec 2007 18:47
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                    Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes, support for FinTS-3 with RDH-2, for RDH-2 keyfiles, and for Sm@rt TAN plus, mobileTAN, etc., a faster message engine, and much internal code cleanup.

                    •  27 Aug 2006 15:29
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                      Release Notes: This is the first version of the HBCI client library for J2ME platforms. Currently, it supports HBCI-PIN/TAN (using one-step and two-step authorization) and only some basic tasks (get balance, get statement of account, and money transfer).

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